Draft:The Changed Movement

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The Changed Movement[edit]

The Changed Movement is a community of people who have left the LGBTQ+ community. The community was founded by Ken Williams and Elizabeth Woning. The community collects stories of formerly homosexual and transgender people from across the United States.[1].

The movement was originally called OnceGay.com, but changed names and now has an expanding influence in the United States.

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The movement has increased in influence, joining the Freedom March in 2018 in Washington DC as ex-LGBT from around the United States gathered in Washington DC.[2]

Changed Movement community members at 2018 Freedom March

Support from Christian Commmunity[edit]

The Changed Movement has gained support from many promenant Christian Churches including [3]Bethel Church (Redding, California) in Redding California. The Church's associate pastor, Kris Valloton, communicated the churches support publicly after backlash within the state of California[4]

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